SNP pull further ahead of Tories and Labour

Talking-up Scotland

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The Kantar poll of 18+adults’ Westminster voting intentions, collected between 5th and 9th July 2018, gives the following percentages:

  • SNP             39%
  • Conservatives 20%
  • Labour 19%
  • Lib Dems             4%
  • Other 5%
  • Prefer not to say 14%

This gives SNP support alone equal to the combined Conservative and Labour support. The raw data actually put the SNP 1 ahead, with 34 respondents as opposed to 33 (17 and 16) for Conservatives and Labour.

Also, of interest, the SNP attracted 40% of female respondents and only 30% of male respondents but a whopping 61% of the under 55s.

The recent Wings/Panelbase figures were:

  • SNP 38%
  • Conservatives 27%
  • Labour 25%
  • Liberal Democrats 7%
  • Greens 2%

While the quite large percentage of ‘prefer not to say’ respondents, in the Kantar poll, limits comparisons between the two polls, I am not aware of any reason to think they are likely to represent…

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